Study 10 hrs/week and complete in 7 mo.
This Nanodegree program will prepare you to publish your first iOS app, whether you’re already a developer or relatively new to programming. In this program, you’ll learn to program in Swift, then create your first apps from scratch. You’ll build a portfolio you can present in interviews, learn mobile development fundamentals like design patterns, and tackle common technical interview questions to ultimately land a job as an iOS Developer.
As you master the Swift programming language and create a portfolio of apps to showcase your skills, you’ll benefit from detailed code reviews on all your projects, exclusive Nanodegree program career content and resume help, and mentorship. Enroll today, and start building your future as an iOS Developer.
In partnership with industry leaders, we've built a comprehensive set of projects and skills designed to launch your career as an iOS Developer.
Benefit from personalized code review and feedback on all your projects to help you get unstuck and keep making progress.
You’ll receive access to technical interviewing practice problems, and coursework on mobile development fundamentals like design patterns and best practices to help you land a job as an iOS Developer.
Learn with fellow students and the support of personal mentors and project reviewers. Learn faster and more confidently with 1:1 support from an iOS expert.
The iOS Developer Nanodegree program is designed to ensure your long-term success in the field. The skills you learn will prepare you for jobs in iOS development, and you’ll be ready to deliver immediate value to any organization. We will support you throughout your learning journey; from gaining valuable technical and career skills, to landing your dream job.Designed to prepare you for career success in iOS development.
iOS Developers are in high demand. Create your professional portfolio with Udacity and open up a world of opportunities. Our hiring partners are eager to meet you.Create your portfolio and open up a world of opportunities.
Work with experienced careers professionals for tailored advice on how to improve your search and impress recruiters. Including feedback on your LinkedIn, GitHub, and professional brand.Work with career professionals to impress recruiters.
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Jarrod is an experienced iOS developer with a passion for reinventing how students learn. He holds a BS in Computer Science from the University of Alabama.
Gabrielle earned her Ph.D. in Population Biology from UC Davis, where she discovered the joys of programming while analyzing DNA sequences. She has a background in teaching, and worked as an iOS Engineer before joining Udacity.
Kate is an iOS developer, speaker, author, and teacher who has spoken at conferences across the globe from AltConf in San Francisco to Mobile Central Europe in Poland. She also has hosted a podcast on work-life integration for parents in tech.
Owen is an iOS and Android app developer, and is the Student Experience Lead for iOS programs at Udacity. He graduated from the iOS Developer Nanodegree program in 2015.
This program was awesome. I was taken from level 0 to a level that allowed me to develop my first app. I am confident enough now to work on iOS projects and develop sophisticated apps
This course really help me to take a better understanding about iOS Development, really helpful. So, I thought everyone should give it a try. Really recommended one.
Very good course but need to replace the articles with videos and add the code below each video like Android basic program.
Nice clear lessons and projects that really help you get to grips with the core concepts of iOS development
Amazing- love the content and style of education
Basics of iOS app development using the Swift programming language and Xcode.
Advanced iOS applications, using networking, Apple’s GCD, and Core Data.
This Nanodegree program will prepare you to publish your first iOS app, whether you’re already a developer or relatively new to programming.
In this program, you’ll not only learn how to build iOS apps, you’ll also learn best practices in mobile development, and gain mastery of Swift, an open-sourced object-oriented programming language. Through 6 hands-on, reviewed projects, you’ll gain the skills you need to become an iOS Developer.
According to the 2017 Stack Overflow Job Trends Report, iOS Developers are among the Top-3 most in-demand developer positions in the job market. Enroll in this program today, and start building your future as an iOS Developer.
This program is designed to prepare you for a job as a professional, junior-level iOS Developer within a wide range of organizations and environments: from large corporations where you’d likely be part of a development team, to entrepreneurial start-ups and contract projects where you could be working independently to deliver an application.
No. This Nanodegree program accepts all applicants regardless of experience and specific background.
No programming experience is required, but if you’d like to try the Swift programming language, you may enjoy our free course, Swift for Beginners. This Nanodegree program includes coursework on using git and GitHub, but if you’d like exposure to git and GitHub before enrolling, you may wish to take our free course, How to Use Git and GitHub.
There are 6 total projects in this program, which are designed to give you an opportunity to apply the skills you’ve learned in each lesson. You must complete all projects in order to graduate. Each project will be reviewed by the Udacity reviewer network and platform. Feedback will be provided and if you do not pass the project, you will be asked to resubmit the project until it passes.
Access to this Nanodegree program runs for the period noted in the Term Length section above.
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